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Internationals welcomed with open arms to work within healthcare

TheCopenhagenPost
January 24th, 2024


There is a shortage of labor in the healthcare and elderly care services in Denmark. Politicians have agreed to ease requirements in order to attract more international to come and take care of elderly Danes


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Minister of Health Sophie Løhde Photo: Venstre

There is a shortage of labor in the healthcare and elderly care services in Denmark. Politicians have agreed to ease requirements in order to attract more international to come and take care of elderly Danes

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